Ways To Assess Whether Your Home Health Client Is Being Honest About His Or Her Health

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Trust between any healthcare provider and his or her client is vitally important, and this includes the relationship between a home health aide and the client. While you might not think that someone receiving home care has an incentive to be dishonest, this isn’t necessarily the case. For example, an elderly person may feel that his or her adult children will send him or her to a nursing home if his or her health begins to slip.…

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4 Tips For Switching From Home Care To Home Health Care

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If you or a loved one is a senior and needs assistance at home, you will likely be looking for either home care or home heath care. While the basic difference between the two is that home care covers basic needs and care and is provided by trained professionals who are usually not medically certified while home health care covers specific medical needs and is provided by registered or certified nurses.…

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Benefits Of In-Home Nursing For People With Dementia

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For people with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease, moving to a nursing home or assisted living community can be difficult. The change in surroundings can be confusing, and the change in routine can also be difficult to handle. If you are able to keep your loved one with dementia at home, he or she may be more comfortable and happy. However, you will need some help to meet your relative’s daily needs.…

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